Coss Posted January 11, 2022 Report Share Posted January 11, 2022 On 1/9/2022 at 5:14 AM, Palatkik said: Boiling Point  Follows the relentless pressure of a restaurant kitchen as a head chef wrangles his team on the busiest day of the year. Entertaining and tense drama shot in a single take from one camera following various customers and staff around the establishment. Palatkik - thank you for your review, what follows is not directed at your post, it's more to do with "Chef Movie" This and the feted Nicholas Cage film "Pig", gets my blood boiling. As a chef of the old school,, Cordon Bleu - own restaurants - '80s, '90s, 00's - I can sum up the experiences of a Chef as being, very much a 'practitioner', a good/outstanding chef is a leader and a thorough manager and there is no democracy, in his/her kitchen. These cinematic attempts to equate Chefs with notable artistic or dramatic brilliance, would better off, it they chose Artists or Dramatic Actors for their stories. No Chef deserves or wants a movie, if a Chef thought he/she'd were subject matter for a movie, the electricity would be turned off. Any Chef that thinks they do deserve a movie, has a stupid head, like Jaimee O. or some such. The point of being a chef is having the consumer consume, a great meal, with no personality from out back, and don't leave anything on the plate. As erroneous as - trying to give a ditch digger a Nobel peace price for digging a straight piece of ditch. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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